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Seadoo 2004 Rxp 4-tec Fuel Injector Ltd Gtx 4tech 4tec Tech 03 04 05 Sc A on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Pewamo, Michigan, United States

Pewamo, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Seadoo Manufacturer Part Number:S

This is a Fuel Injector off a 2004 Sea doo RXP 4-TEC Supercharged. Item is in very good condition with no cracks, repairs or damage. Item has been tested and works properly. Item is off a fresh water machine. Email us with your questions. Thanks for looking

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